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Making lower-growth states part of a national value chain is an imperative, but difficult because of political rivalry

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Nitin Desai 



Nitin Desai

The prime minister’s August 15 speech spoke of a united and integrated India as one of the five focuses for policy in the years ahead to the centenary of independence. However, the disparity in the growth and development performance of states will stand in the way of this very necessary goal. Can this disparity be corrected?

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First Published: Thu, September 29 2022. 22:26 IST

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